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Augustine were quick to counter these offers. Trinity's vestry proposed that the episcopal residence and a procathedral be established in St. Augustine. 75 Bishop Weed replied that of course he would submit his judgment to the will of the diocese but that he still believed that Jacksonville was the proper place for the bishop's home and a future cathedral. Recently, he said, even in winter it had taken him ten hours to travel from St. Augustine to Gainesville by way of Palatka. " "It has ever been a most unpleasant thought," he said, "that, should I die, the necessity of selecting a person of private means to the Bishopric Page 18 would influence the election.
The proposed line of division was along the southern boundaries of Levy, Alachua, Putnam, and St. 49 Bishop Weed placed great emphasis on missionary work within the diocese. In his first annual address as bishop he had said, "Our Diocese is pre-eminently a missionary diocese"; and in his first address after the division he said, "Our Lord was the great Missionary, and no Diocese can be faithful to its trust, which is not preeminently a missionary Diocese. " He believed that "a Diocese without missions must be as dead as a Parish without any poor.
Mary's. Near the city were three more missions: All Saints, South Jacksonville, St. Paul's, South Arlington, and Emmanuel, St. 67 The Church of Our Saviour, at Mandarin, had been a parish since 1884, and St. 69 Finally, there were four missions on the lower St. Johns River between Jacksonville and the sea: St. 70 St. John's, Jacksonville, whose membership included 397 "families and parts of families," was the largest church in the diocese. The smallest was a mission at Greenville, with just four families and parts of families.
The Episcopal Diocese of Florida, 1892-1975 by George R. Bentley